We're being asked to explain how the result of the reaction interpreted in terms of the law of definite proportion.
When the mixture of gaseous H2 and gaseous Cl2 react:
H2 + Cl2 → 2 HCl
When the mixture of gaseous H2 and gaseous Cl2 react, a product forms that has the same properties regardless of the relative amounts of H2 and gaseous Cl2 used.
a. How is this result interpreted in terms of the law of difinite proportion?
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